The Clintons Come Home to Celebrate 25th Anniversary

Former President Bill Clinton and, former Secretary of State, Hillary Rodham Clinton came home to Little Rock, Ark. yesterday, to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the successful Clinton/Gore 1992 presidential campaign. The public visit began Saturday morning at the Butler Center Gallery in downtown Little Rock, where at least 1,000 people stood in line for […]

This Week in SGA: Nov. 13

This week, the senate denied an appeal from Elvis Mull, a former senator from the College of Social Sciences and Communication, who was recently dismissed for excessive absences. Mull was dismissed after missing four SGA meetings this semester. Mull stated the reason for the absences was conflicting meetings as ambassador for the College of Social Sciences […]

Campus Police Beat: Week of October 30

Recently UA Little Rock police officers investigated three campus thefts. Thefts The theft of a UA Little Rock student’s backpack was investigated Thursday. Officer Tonya Carter reports that the complainant said they had attended a soccer game Wednesday night at the Coleman Sports and Recreation Complex. While there, the student sat his backpack down by […]

This Week in SGA: Nov. 6

This week, the SGA made clear its plans for the upcoming event “A Voteless People is a Hopeless People”, and yet again discussed a potential date and time for the “Your Voice Heard!” town hall meeting. “A Voteless People is a Hopeless People,” an event meant to educate students on the importance of local elections, […]

Campus Police Beat: Oct. 23-29

Last week, UA Little Rock police reported two false alarms, an active fire, and a traffic offense. False Alarms A UA Little Rock officer was dispatched to investigate a fire alarm at a North Hall room on Tuesday at 10:27 a.m. According to a report by Officer Christina Cordell, the resident said that they were […]

This Week in SGA: Oct. 30

This week, John M. Rathje, Associate Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer for UA Little Rock, spoke to the Student Government Association about plans for an 18-month network refresh. The goals outlined in the refresh are  the result of a survey on student satisfaction with on-campus technology. Some of the areas Rathje highlighted for improvement […]

Sorority celebrates 40th through giving back

  Lines for fried Oreos resembled lines at the carnival, during a bake sale Friday held by the campus chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Located in the Donaghey Student Center foyer, the bake sale is part of a week-long event commemorating the chapters 40th year on campus. Although it’s meant as a celebration, […]

This Week in SGA: Oct. 23

This week, the SGA listened to a proposal to join UA Little Rock chapters of Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity and the NAACP in hosting a presentation that stresses the importance of voting in local elections. Rashad Roberts, a member of Alpha Phi Alpha, said that the intercollegiate fraternity would like to take up a national […]

This Week in SGA: Oct. 16

This week the senate approved two new appeals court justices: junior Jared Stovall and senior Tyren Tidwell. Stovall, at his previous college, held a chair membership position in the Phi Beta Kappa honors society. He recruited a minimum of a hundred students per semester, and believes that experience such as this will make him a […]

This Week in SGA: Oct. 9

This week, the Student Government Association approved a new associate justice for the appeals court, junior Jonathan Nwosu. The senate also passed a bill for a student listening session. Nwosu is vice president of the International Simulations Association at UA Little Rock, which participates in Model Arab League and hosts a conference on campus for […]